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Thats a very common problem with that model which is the V26 chassis. usually what happens is the capacitors on the DM and the power boards drain and then when power is testored the caps wont recharge. usually installing the V26 DM / Power repair kit which is listed at the top of the following page fixes the steady blinking led issue on that model DLP in about 80% of the cases the other 20% will have other issues but since your set lost power for over a few minyues i would assume its the capacitors. http://tvrepairworld.com/mitsubishi_repair_kits
Lets try an error code operational checl. Unplug the tv and plug it back in. With the standby LED on press and hold the MENU and DEVICE/INPUT buttons for 5 seconds. The LED will flash a certain number of times pause for a while and blink again. Count the blinks before and after the pass, then post it here so that I can tell you what the problem is
The green steady power light is a good thing, how old is the TV?
If you are routing your audio and video through the audio receiver, make sure that the inputs are correct on the display of the receiver, ie. IF you are planning to watch your DVR and it is hooked up on Component 1 for video and Coaxial 1 for audio, make sure that the receiver is still programmed for this in the input of TV/Video 1 or whatever the input. I have ran into this on countless occasions, simple fix, but a headache until it is tracked down. Double check the connection to the TV as well.
Did you reset the hours on the lamp with the menu options on your set? Sometimes, if you do not do that it can mess with the tv performance thinking that its over hours.
It needs to be reset to 0 again...